Archive for December, 2010

Jõulupuu 2010

December 19, 2010

Jouluvana

Jõuluvana


Margit & Jan

Margit Viia-Maiste & Jan Järvlepp


Kruuv Family

The Kruuv Family

Overview

Verivorstid

December 15, 2010

Without Blood Sausage, It Just Wouldn’t Be Christmas.
Article
from the New York Times.

Jõulupuu 2010

December 13, 2010

Jõulukiriku teenistus armulauaga toimub laupäeval, 18. detsembril, kell 15.00 p.l., Latvian Peace Ev. Lutheran kirikus, Main ja Lees tänavate nurgal, Jõulujutlus: Õp. Kalle Kadakas Torontost, Orelil: Carol Gurofsky, Tsellol: Jan Jarvlepp.
Jõulupuu ja koosviibimine järgnevad vahetult (umb. kell 5 p.l.) Ottawa Eesti Seltsi ja Pauluse Koguduse ühisel korraldusel kiriku suures saalis keldrikorral.
EESKAVA: On oodata jõuluvana. Kõik Ottawa lapsed ja noored (vanusepiiri ei ole!) on teretulnud esinema. Jõulupakid lastele: tellimisi ($10) võtab vastu Helen Naarits tel: (613) 789-4222.
Annetused einelauale on teretulnud nagu ikka!
Palume ka abi ruumide ja einelaua ettevalmistamisel ja hiljem korda seadmisel.

The Estonian Christmas Church Service will take place at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 18th at the Latvian Peace Ev. Lutheran Church, at the corner of Main and Lees St., with Pastor Kalle Kadakas from Toronto officiating.

The service will be followed at approximately 5 p.m., by our traditional Christmas family gathering with a visit from Santa. All children (and anyone else who is young at heart) are invited to come and participate in the program. To register your child to receive a present from Santa please contact ($10) Helen Naarits at (613) 789-4222.
Everyone is asked to contribute to the evening’s potluck table.

Teretulemast kõigile!

Eric Tamm presents

December 3, 2010

Talk and Slide Show on Trekking the Silk Road and China’s Rise
on Wednesday, December 8th, 7:00pm – 8:00pm
at the Ottawa Public Library, 120 Metcalfe Street

Join author, adventurer and son of an Estonian refuge, Eric Enno Tamm for a talk and slide show about his latest book, “The Horse That Leaps through Clouds: A Tale of Espionage, the Silk Road and the Rise of Modern China.” He’ll be giving a fascinating talk and vivid slide show with photographs, maps and charts about how he retraced the epic journey of a Russian spy, Gustaf Mannerheim, who trekked from St. Petersburg to Beijing a century ago along the Silk Road.
Questions and discussion with the audience will follow and signed books will be available for purchase.
For more information, visit http://horsethatleaps.com.